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CBS
Oct 12, 2011 12:00pm EDT
announced he wanted to plead guilty to 8 count against him, attempted murder i and attempted use of a weapon of mass instruction. the terrorist told the judge he understood what he was doing by pleading guilty. admitted he try to blow up a bomb in his pants on a jetliner from amsterdam to detroit. the judge asked him a series of questions to determine his competency. she began to list the crimes he was accused of one by one. conspiracy to commit terrorism. attempted measurer on an aircraft. attempted placement of a destruction of device. the 25 year old man listened and agreed to everything. including decades in prison, the counts carry. umar farouk abdulmutallab is the educated son of a wealthy nigerian business man. in a statement that he read in court, in clear well spoken english. he described what he did and why. he said he had an agreement with at least one person to carry out the attack. that his attempted bombing was to fulfill a religious obligation to participate in jihad, and retaliate against the u.s., for its relationship with israel, and for the killings of his muslim brothers
CBS
Oct 19, 2011 12:00pm EDT
. wjz 13 learned detectives used his cell phone signal to track his whereabouts. >> we know what has happened to william. he can be with his mother, when we have a service we can have them both together hopefully. not have this hanging over our head. worrying and waiting and looking and not having an answer. >> reporter: police uncovered video of william and his step dad at the shed nearby hours before they say the 6th grader was murdered. william was flaying unaware of the horror that was about to come. >> it did not appear there was any distress between the two in the footage. he appeared to be running around as you would expect a boy that age to do. >> reporter: lopez has a violent past arrested after fleeing to north carolina and headed back to maryland to face murder charges for jane mc quain. police say charges are pending for the murder of young william. >> william was the greatest, most beautiful, wonderful cheerful child in the entire world, entire world. there is no reason this should have happened to him. who could do this to william? it's just a little kid. who could do i
CBS
Oct 10, 2011 12:00pm EDT
. teresa jefferson used cleaning chemicals to attack another woman who started dating jefferson's ex-boyfriend. >> the suspect grabbed bleach and ammonia and poured it on the victim. because of the mixture, it caused a hazmat seen. >> reporter: jefferson has a wrap sheet that includes domestic violence, auto theft and drug possessions. neighbors say she never talked about her former boyfriend or the woman who was attacked. >> she is a hard worker and don't mess with anyone, takes care of oh her children and helps in the community. it's out of character. she probably had to be provoked. >> she is a good neighbor and minds her business. >> reporter: jefferson faces charges of first and second degree assault, bail at 350,000 dollars and a court appearance expected tomorrow. adam may, eye witness news. >>> wal-mart condemns such in store behavior and apologizes for the inconvenience to customers. >>> a fatal police involved shooting happened saturday on the 1800 block of hope street. police say san officer responded to the area where a man shot his ex-wife in the neck. the suspect report
CBS
Oct 4, 2011 12:00pm EDT
of a nightmare for american student amanda knox. she's returning to the u.s. after spending four years in an italian jail cell. >> reporter: her face says it all. amanda knox is free. the 24-year-old smiled as she showed her boarding pass. knox's friend spock to amanda before she left. >> she said i'm not on my plane but i feel like i'm flying. >> reporter: knox wrote a letter saying those who wrote, those who defended me, i love you. amanda. knox look relieved. knox broke down as an italian appeals court delivered her fate. jurors accused her of murdering her british roommate. two hours later inmates cheered as she left perugia's prison. the kercher family spoke with reporters here in perugia this morning and said they are shocked, upset and still without answers. >> someone who has done this. >> reporter: knox's supporters in seattle watched the verdict and can't wait to see her home. >> god speed and see you soon. >> reporter: knox said she wanted to return to her life, her future. reporting from italy. >> prosecutors say they will appeal but legal experts say the chances of the u.s
CBS
Oct 18, 2011 12:00pm EDT
at temperatures-- look at temperatures. it is mild. all of us are going up to the low 70s. we've opened it up to show you no problems yet, but here's the storm out to the west. it will converge on top of us starting tonight. rain is returning. we'll let you know for how long. >> it's a tournament straight out of the pages of pot p.o. instead of football players, wizards were taking to the field. it's loosely based on the wizard tournament from harry potter. they had activities such as the dragon egg challenge and broom healthcare. >> and the ravens are taking on the jaguars. you can watch the game right here on wjz 13. our special coverage kicks off at 8:00. >> what will everyone do on sunday afternoon? enjoy the weather. >>> still to come, shocking video out of china. a young girl hit by two vans and ignored. >>> looks like americans are having trouble paying their credit card bills what card companies are reporting about what they have seen. >>> taking a look outside, a pretty dry day so far, but will it stay that way? meteorologist bernadette woods will be back with your full forecast. fin
CBS
Oct 6, 2011 12:00pm EDT
with us. what is also true is that our goal of being able to transition out of afghanistan and leave a stable government behind, one that is independent and one is respectful of human rights and one that is democratic that pakistan has been more ambivalent of our goals there. i think they have hedged their bets in terms of what afghanistan would look like. part of hedging their bets is having interactions with some of the unsavory characters whom they might think takeover in afghanistan after coalition forces have left. what we tried to persuade pakistan is it is of their interest to have a stable afghanistan. they should not be feeling threatened by a stable independent afghanistan. we tried to get conversations between afghans and pakistans going more effectively in the past. we still have more work to do. there is no doubt there is some connections. pakistani military has with certain individuals that we find troubling. i have said that publicly and i have said it privately to pakistani officials as well. they see their security interests threatened by an independent afghanistan i
CBS
Oct 13, 2011 12:00pm EDT
. they are currently 300 million phones and lap tops in use in the country today. >> i think i have lost the perspective on that! >>> dreary out there today. we will have the first morning forecast coming up. >>> the lock at stocks, followed by the powerball numbers. ,,,,,,,,,,,, copd makes it hard to breathe, so i wasn't playing much of a role in my own life, but with advair, i'm breathing better so now i can take the lead on a science adventure. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator, working together to help improve your lung function all day. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than twice a day. people with copd taking advair may have a higher chance of pneumonia. advair may increase your risk of osteoporosis and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking advair. if you're still having difficulty breathing, take the lead. ask your doct
CBS
Oct 21, 2011 12:00pm EDT
in pack starntion secretary of state hillary clinton says the u.s. is ready to help. >> i want to underscore the commitment of the united states to the libyan people as a friend and partner. >> reporter: it will lab long road for libya as they try to build a society that functions as a democracy, not a dictatorship. they hope to hold their first election in eight months. >> the national transitional council said the interim leader plans to declare the country free. >>> a man found guilty of murdering a johns hopkins researcher is expected to learn his fate this afternoon. sentencing just got underway for john wagner. >> reporter: john wagner is expected to be sentenced at any moment for the brutal killing of a promising johns hopkins' researcher. >> reporter: johns hopkins research per stephen pitcairn was stabbed oned street. it took the jury only three hours to find wagner guilty. he will spend the rest of his life behind bars. pitcairn's family has said little. prosecutors relied heavily on the testimony of wagner's girlfriend, lavelva merritt who painted a chilling picture
CBS
Oct 5, 2011 12:00pm EDT
victim, no sexual assault victim should suffer in silence. we are all, each one of us, we are here to help and support you. . >>> as for john hopkins, they were alerted to the attack. of the. >>> thank you, thank you, very much. >>> another home invasion pulled off by men that said they were police officers. it happen monday night in greek town. three men posing as police officers got into the house and stole $1,800. they seem to be copy catting the other robberies. >>> a teen was killed monday night, the teen was skate boarding with a friend and was hit by a car that left the scene. he went to pro review high school. he did not survive. >>> more on the an mall cruelty charses, a cat was downsd in gasoline and set on fire. the gas cans were near there and had to be put down. this is the fourth cat to be set on fire in the city inside the last few rears. >>> clear skies and blue skies, snag a jacket for a few more hours though. we are in the first morning weather center. good afternoon! >> as of now, from the national weather service, we are just at our normal high for this date and
CBS
Oct 11, 2011 12:00pm EDT
was acting on behalf of al- qaeda is defending himself, using a lawyer to make opening statements and question witnesses. he was burned when he allegedly tried to ignite explosives hidden in his underwear on a christmas day flight. passengers on the plane overpowered the 24 year old. in court , the judge denied an early defense request to prevent the word bomb from being used. everyone assumes that he had a bomb. the statute requires that the prosecution prove beyond a reasonable doubt that it was an explosive device. >> reporter: experts say they will hear a timeline of what led up to the alleged failed bombing. >> we will hear about the way that umar farouk abdulmutallab tried to evade security the way he tried to hide the explosives in his underware and the training he received around this. >> reporter: if pretrial hearings are any indication the trial maybe filled with terrorist propaganda. umar farouk abdulmutallab argued in court that osama bin laden is alive and that the u.s. did not kill radical cleric during a military drone strike last month. >>> umar farouk abdulmutall
CBS
Oct 26, 2011 12:00pm EDT
after tear gas was used in areas around the country. in oak land, there were several issues. >> it is not if we support the protesters, it is the tent cities and the sanitation. >> in the heart of this, an ultimatum, the under ground camp ground has to go and that did not set well -- that is not acceptable and for us to follow the guide lipes, going against what we heard and what we are here for in the first place -- the mayor said that this is not a camp ground and they are watching the situation and dealing with this case-by-case. the city want toss protect free speech and compromise, they will limit protesters to two and it is not clear when they could be forced out and if this will deal with police in protesters in other cities. >> in that gets us arrested, fine and dandy. >> they asked more people to come to the encampment and to flood the mayor's office. the hope for some is what happen in california will not happen here. >>> tents here, a similar situation in atlanta. that city cleared the protesters from the park there. >>> a high-profile murder case in montgomery co
CBS
Oct 20, 2011 12:00pm EDT
outside a building not used for instructional purposes. they told wjz baltimore city public school the received a report of an alleged incident. an investigation is underway. in the meantime city schools are working with the families of the students allegedly involved to make sure they receive the support they need. >> i was shocked. i thought it was terrible, apauling. >> the girl's dad said it's a reminder for parents to keep close watch. >> all of her friends will be monitored. these are things that are important for a parent to know. >> reporter: the girl on that video as since transferred from douglass high. mike hellgren reporting for wjz eyewitness news. >> baltimore city police are working with school officials in this ongoing investigation. >> a man at the center of the investigation of a young montgomery county by could face the death penalty. cur tell us lowest is facing charges in the death of jane mcquain. jane's son william had been missing since september. his body was found tuesday in a wooded area. the montgomery county state's attorney said he may consider pursuin
CBS
Oct 31, 2011 12:00pm EDT
connecting store walls. norwood claims it was not premeditated. >>> millions of people just to the knot of us are without electricity after a nor'easter blew through here. the october storm sent all sorts of -- set all sort of records along the way. >> reporter: power lines are down and electricity out for 2 million people from maryland to maine. >> this is day three with no lights. it's cold. we have seen juror citizens suffering and children -- senior citizens suffering and children. >> reporter: power outages are worse thatten tp record set during hurricane irene earlier this year. >> this is going to be a long- term event. it's a unbelievable storm causing unbelievable damage. >> reporter: in new jersey fire investigators are working to figure out if the loss of power contributed to this fire monday morning. many people will spend the day cleaning up. saturday's storm dropped 2 feet of snow in some areas. weighing down trees that have leaves. this tree came crashing down on the eckerts house coming to rest inside their home office. >> imagine looking up from your laptop and seeing a tree
CBS
Oct 28, 2011 12:00pm EDT
and almost 30-degrees colder in cumber land. what will that mean for us and what can we expect? more to martin. >> let's look at the snow scale. we will talk more on this here and over in western maryland, but this could be one of those snowy vents with problems. there is snow from east to west and as you get south of i 95, maybe an inch, but we are looking for one to three inches 40 miles out on either side of that and out in western maryland, a solid three to six inches of snow. i would love to tell you this was just on the frass, but we are seeing that in that one to three-inch band, we could see some highways and sidewalks with steps, it is not going to be a wonder land of snow, but it will be what we have to slug through from noon tomorrow until 9:00 p.m. >>> stay with us for the first morning weather coverage and the amount of snow we could get and we will have the hatest on 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. >>> in baltimore city, a sheriff deputy opened fire on a man in a busy intersection. good afternoon! >> hello, everybody. beverly low hill is a quiet neighborhood, bun had afternoon as
CBS
Oct 17, 2011 12:00pm EDT
. however we are using teams and people experienced when the person is deceased. >> you don't think something like that is going to hit in your hometown. i hope they find him. i hope they find him alive. >> reporter: police found the mother dead and say she was murdered in the bedroom of her home in german town and arrested curtis lopez, her e scrainged husband in north carolina -- estranged husband in north carolina. he is charged with killing her. investigators say lopez is not william's father and has not provided information on where the little boy maybe. he has a violent history and his mother reportedly told friends she was scared of him. william's friends are keeping their faith, hoping he will be found safe, he will be found alive. >> he is probably lost and scared right now because he has nowhere to go. no food or anything. >> reporter: the search yesterday included horses, dogs, and almost 100 police officers and volunteers. back to you. >> police won't say what led them to search the two particular parks put say they are getting tips that need to be checked. >>> maryland
CBS
Oct 3, 2011 12:00pm EDT
. directly south of us. you can see the clockwise rotation around the low itself. meaning the rain that's moving knot, east and swinging up -- north and east and swinging towards the port deposit and newark area and towards carol and frederick counties. i want to show you -- you said when is it going to get warmer? it's doing to get warmer now than yesterday. can't you feel it? it's going to take this low a while to get offshore. look at that, one word, now over the great lakes where the low was, nice. there is an area of high pressure, putting the boot to the weather system. wait until you see how nice our weather is going to be. first warning details coming up shortly. >>> ravens fans should be tired but happy. after 8 fumbles and two interceptions, they beat the new york jets. first sports director mark viviano has more on another win. >> reporter: the jets were a wreck and on new york's first offensive play, this sets the tone. ed reed causing sanchez to fumble, scoops up the fumble, in for the touchdown, first of three td's for the defense. flacco coming off one of the best games o
CBS
Oct 7, 2011 12:00pm EDT
on the road. >> good afternoon >>> reporter: police used fingerprints of this man, he did not everybody have a license to drive. new information about the man that caused a nightmare for these drivers -- i did not know if i was going to survive or not >>> reporter: the man was not even supposed to be driving. the records show his license was revoked since at least 2008, but on thursday, he drove a dodge truck at up to 100 miles an hour and crossed over three lanes of traffic to get away from police, and then he smashed into a tree. a pregnant woman watched and was terrified. >> he was not just two lents from our car >>> reporter: he did not own that truck, he borrowed it from someone where he lived, their relationship is unclear. the police are waiting for the forensic reports to see why he took that deadly drive in the first place. >>> some tense moments this morning, a clerk was confronted by a gunman and a customer was pushed out the door in the back of the. they were taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. >>> look at this, this car almost crashed into a road home. it h
CBS
Oct 24, 2011 12:00pm EDT
. it is starting to warm up. some of us near 70. but at the same time afront is moving our way and the winds turned to the south ahead of the front and there were some showers to the west. we will see clouds and some sunshine heading into the day and in the afternoon hours. here is the front right here. we put it in motion and it will fizzle some as it moves towards us. we will see what happens as it moves through and some going to the north. just a few chances of showers this afternoon and that will return and come back tomorrow and another storm for the middle of the week. it is a different one with more moisture and it has some really cool air behind that. we will warm up and go right back down again. here is that forecast coming together. today in the upper 60s, the sunshine and clouds, maybe some showers later today. that is before the front moves down. at 46, tomorrow, more sunshine and the breeze for the day. 67 for the high and above average, then we are going to see the cooler air come in the second half of the week and we will have the numbers in the rest of the day. >>> a warning for mom
CBS
Oct 27, 2011 12:00pm EDT
investigation, will there be riots like in oak land snrchlts we want to be respectful. if others will treat us that way, it will happen >>> reporter: in new york, they marched for peace, but there are threats that the mayor should leave and in baltimore, the mayor said it is illegal, but is talking with the groups. >> we are talking to them, but to have this corporation, it is a two-way street >>> reporter: in denver, they are living in the snow and boston did a health inspection on the occupy encampment. >> if they have a place to stay, not in a tent when the weather is bad, that is where they need to go. >> there are 30 tents in the shadow of the downtown sky line and it is not clear when or if the city will take action. the union leaders are saying that if the mayor wants to avoid confrontation, she needs to sign onto that and along with that, the police union. >>> in baltimore they are meeting at 8:00 to talk about strategy, but there is no leader. >>> on a murder for hire plot, there is a trial going on and walter bishop junior is convicted of pulling the trigger in that gas station owner
CBS
Oct 14, 2011 12:00pm EDT
with her murder. authorities used cell phone records to fine lopez at a charlotte lodge with her car. there was no trace of william. the investigation now spans to east coast. detectives from montgomery county are working in north carolina. they admit as time passes finding the boy unharmed becomes more of a long shot. >> i hope he hasn't killed him. i swear to god i do. i hope they haven't. oh, god. >> reporter: police shifted their energy to finding william, he is 5 feet tall and 85 u pounds. they are not revealing what if anything lopez is saying about the boy's whereabouts. >> wjz 13 is following the story. we will bring you new information as we get it. >>> a school bus and car collide in northeast baltimore city. four people and two children are taken to hospitals. it happened at 8:30. both drivers were taken to the hospital as well. we are told no one is seriously injured. >> the other kids that were on the bus didn't suffer injuries. another school bus secured them from the scene. >> there is no word if damp streets were a factor in the crash. >>> a man is shot several times
CBS
Oct 25, 2011 12:00pm EDT
in the distance. >>> check back in with us at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. the temperatures are dropping. will we pay more or less to heat our homes this winter and more on the movie about the monster white boaser and how so many people are upset. that is right after dr. phil. >>> stay with us. the forecast is next. ,,,,,,,,,, . >>> to look at the five-day forecast, a real drop in temperatures. the rain, 62 on thursday and a breeze. some left over showers on friday, 58 and that will turn into another area of rain on saturday. sunday, right now, partly sunny, but a slow morning and mid-day, clear out. cardinals in town. on sunday, a high of 58. we will throw it back inside. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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